Casarufolo Paradise

via Casarufolo 9, Sorrento, Campania, 80067 , Italy | B&B
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Southern Italy continued

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jun 18, 2014

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... be sea rock many millions of years ago. The removed material was then added on to the front of the dwelling to form doorways and entrances (so the whinging pom was quite right that they don't look like typical 'caves' from the outside). In the 16-17th century the 'newer - old town' was built on the flat grounds above the sassi with a large cistern below to store the towns water - from both natural springs and rain water. Right up until the mid 1900's people lived in these cave ...

Capri--the true hop on hop off

A travel blog entry by ssigmon on Apr 25, 2014

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... the chair lift to the highest point on the island.

We were put on individual chairs & as we went up we observed people coming down. Many of them said to not get off at the top or it gets worse from here. Yes, it was pretty chilly on top BUT it was also fogged in!!! We said it reminded us of our trip to the the Great Smokey Mountains-- we never saw a view then either. You had to just laugh at it! Once down, ...

Time Travel Is Possible

A travel blog entry by toddcullen on Oct 08, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

... where performances were held (and still are now), to kitchen stoves, to frescoes depicting uh...interesting "acts" (you can visit to learn more) . Pompeii is remarkable in every way. Especially when you consider how advanced these Roman's were 2,000 years ago. If you go to Italy it is an absolute must visit site. We spent nearly 5 hours there and certainly didn't see it all. That's how huge it is!

After bargaining ...

Sorrento: named after "The Odyssey" sirens

A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 14, 2013

4 comments, 42 photos

... 900 AD and other historical architectural features of the city.

Friday, Sept 20
We hired a car and driver for the day to take us and our friend, Cindy Hooper who is also staying in Sorrento, on the famous Amalfi Road drive, a 25-mile long serpentine drive along the coast of sheer cliffs. The views were stunning and impossible to photograph. The road was built in 1853, under the rule of Ferdinand II of Bouron. Off this road can see the islands ...

Just like Aosta, only near the beach.

A travel blog entry by tharrison on Jul 06, 2013

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... the town was destroyed and looked very old. We could also see Vesuvius from Pompei. On Friday we took a ferry to an island called Anacapri. It is famous for a cave in the water that is called the Blue Grotto. We went inside the Blue Grotto and the water was light blue because of the special rocks that the sun reflects off. On Saturday we dropped off gran at the station and drove to Naples Central Station where we take the train to Rome. ...

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This B&B, located on via Casarufolo 9, Sorrento, is near Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), Correale di Terranova Museum, and Sedile Dominova.
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